Do you remember your first day at work? If you do, you know that it can be quite nerve-wracking to be the new guy. You want to impress your bosses and colleagues, and you’re careful not to make any mistakes. This U.K. police K9 dog definitely ticked that “make a good impression” box for accomplishing
We may not realize it most of the time, but we depend on dogs for a lot of things. We rely on them for our safety, for emotional support, for companionship, and more. These four-legged creatures are the most loyal friends we could ever have, and I’m sure we’ve all wished they had longer lives.
Last week Monday was a big day for this 12-week-old chocolate Labrador named Brody. The K-9 comfort dog woke up early that day to be welcomed by the Bristol Police Department as the newest member of their law enforcement team. However, when the time came for his swearing-in ceremony, the sleepy puppy napped through the
Hansel the pit bull just made history as the first of its breed to graduate as an arson detection K9 officer, officially becoming a member of the Millville Fire Department in New Jersey after successfully finishing his training. The four-year-old pup was rescued by the Ontario Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (OSPCA)
A black Labrador named Boomer has been working with the National Park Service (NPS) for almost 10 years. He was first recruited by the Chickasaw National Recreation (Oklahoma) Area in 2011, and later this month, the K-9 will move on to a new chapter in his life – retirement. After being in service for 56